Ensure sustainable access to and appropriate use of quality-assured and affordable health commodities through a resilient and mature supply chain system and pharmaceutical regulatory services
The purpose of this activity is to enable data-driven decision-making and evidence-based collaborating, learning, and adapting within and amongst USAID/Georgia and its implementing partners to improve program management and development impact.
USAID CONSTRUCTION OF HEALTH FACILITIES IN NAMPULA AND CABO DELGADO PROVINCE
COMMIT 2 (named to be determined) is to Increase access, enhance quality, sustainability, and responsiveness of TB services in the community to maximize health outcomes among Cambodians, including vulnerable populations.
To improve the protection of key wildlife species and its habitat in Bangladesh. Targeted species may include and are not limited to Bengal tigers, Asian elephants, pangolins, turtles, tortoises, sharks, and rays. Activities will mitigate threats to wildlife and their habitats, reduce consumer demand, improve political commitment and coordination, improve traceability of illegal logging and wildlife, and improve sustainable management of forest and aquatic resources.
The purpose of this activity is to increase aquaculture productivity for better income and nutrition of rural households by adopting technologies and improved management practices on aquaculture; strengthening market linkages by engaging market actors; and adoption of nutrition related behaviors for better consumption of fish products.
Follow on award to African Biodiversity Collaborative Group
To provide professional A&E services, including engineering planning and design, construction management, and related support in the areas of water, wastewater, environmental, transportation, health, education, solid waste, energy, and other infrastructure facilities.